At Saint-Gobain we understand the importance of giving our customers greater transparency, especially in the construction industry where sustainable procurement and practices are increasingly rigorous and play a key role in our daily business.
To promote material transparency along the supply chain.
Part 1: Material Information
At least 50% (as measured by cost) of interior finishes and finish materials, furnishings (including workstations) and built-in furniture have some combination of the following material descriptions:
- Declare Label.
- Health Product Declaration.
- Any method accepted in USGBC's LEED v4 MR credit: Building Product Disclosure and Optimization Material Ingredients, Option 1: material ingredient reporting.
Part 2: Accessible Information
The following condition is met:
- All declaration information is compiled and made readily available to occupants either digitally or as part of a printed manual.
See detailed requirement for Material transparency
GYPROC can contribute to this criterion for transparency in the supply chain, where Life Cycle Assessments (LCAs) are performed on many of our products, and material inventories can be provided on demand. Please consult with your local GYPROC team for more specifics; our offices can provide emissions reports, health and safety certificates, fire performance information, product data sheets and other documentation that may be useful.
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Walls & Partitions
See below how Gyspum Walls & Partitions by Gyproc can contribute to WELL new construction.